Review: Keeno is back on the album trail. Following the closure of Med School earlier this year, the Bristol-based producer has migrated over to the main label and this, his fourth album, continues his unique, orchestra-inflected sound. It's a style that he manages to keep fresh, and I Live, I Learn blends vocal smoothers with deeper, more melancholic jungle cuts. 'Antiphony' is a peachy example of the latter, with deft piano touches forming a rippling main melody that's perfectly balanced on a bed of crisp, cutting break beats and gentle basslines. Telomic features on the other standout, 'Listen Close', probably the deepest tune on the album and one which builds from an atmospheric introduction into a cracking set of drums and effervescent low frequency wobbles, a pensive combination that lends itself well to any DJ set. Big ups Will.